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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1933, Mason City, Iowa c TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE CHANGE IN CODE AIMS AT RELIEF Small Town Retailer Given Exceptions as Favor to Farm Buyers WASHINGTON Oct ex planation of the presidents execu tive order exemptinglocal retail stores employing not more than five persona in towna of less than 2500 population from provisions of both the retail code and the presidents reemployment agreement National Recovery Administrator Hugh S Johnson said In part in a public statement The recovery program came at a time when iow prices were crushing agriculture when in cities and towns there was the greatest unem ployment we have ever known when debt and closed banks were slowing activity in cities and on farms and destructive business practices due to depression threat ened many industries Was Aimed at Heart Tho recovery program was de signed to go to the heart of each trouble To farmers It gave the ad justment and farm loan acts To the unemployed it gave the recovery act which permitted the wiping out of unfair trade practices The bank ing and financial legislation attack ed the problem of debt and frozen deposits for both farm and city Of course more wages mean in Brooks parents Mr and Mrs Itak Palmer Annual Party Held ROCK Julius Sle wertsen entertained members of the ii U G A club and their fam ilies at the annual Halloween party at her home on Saturday evening Visit in Illinois CRYSTAL and Mrs Cliff McFarland and son Clifford and daughter Pauline left Sunday for Lewistown 111 to visit Mrs McFarlands parents Mr and Mrs Lee Bradley and family They will visit Mr and Mrs Everett Arnett of Canton HI a sister of Mr Mc Farland Returns From Springfield Fred Saathoff and family and H E Baack returned home from Springfield S Dak after spending a few days at the Will Baack home Attend Funeral Services LAKE and Mrs Roy Groe and daughter of Wichita Kans were here to attend the fu neral services of Mrs Groes sister Miss Cora Nelson Miss Judith Nel son was here from Milwaukee Wis and Mrs Art Hanson another sister was here from St Paul Honored on Birthday KENS 60 relatives and friends gave Miss Kathryn Krumm a surprise on her birthday last Saturday evening Are Parents of Son and Mrs Sherman Swansen are parents of a boy born Sunday morning This is their fourth child Leaves for Clear Lake GLENVILLE Lizzie Morrison left Saturday for Clea creased costs and prices We I PlkeThert she Send the must remember that when we I her sisterinlaw Mrs HELD IN FARM SLAYING jLTariK liictjorison 31 Mudison Wis pleaded not guilty to a charge of first degree murder when he was arrested in connection with the slaying of Gunder Felland Wisconsin farmer during picket ing maneuvers in the Wisconsin milk strike His brother Harvey 24 Marshfleld Wis pleaded not guilty to a charge of asjaulr Associated Press photo started many prices were at panic low levels at which neither Industry nor labor could live Of this broad Mark Morrison Honored by Crowd large crowd program NRA is but a part It has gathered at the hall Saturday eve nothing to do with farm prices or nlnS wtth Mrand MnrB RMUe public works oil administration or I as honored guests The Millers lived the home and farm loan acts etc It here manv yfiars moving to 3s solely concerned with industrial Glenville for winter months so organization for economic planning MrMiller may avoid the cold drive and control with reemlome I to Wa work as cashier of the Cit I liens State bank and control with reemployment Slower Solution Inevitable The nature of the farm problem I n T r n i with its annual crops makes Its BO r robe Keport to DC Made lution slower But after four months j we find there are some things NRA can do in aid of the farmer and the rural merchant Our No 1 The judge will hold court here Thursday Testimony given to the grand jury will not be filed in the clerk of courts office before Thursday in New Hampton NEW HAMPTON Oct experience I wL Elchendorf McGregor Mpn shows that the amount of reem I day did not act on the findings of ployment and wage increase in Chickasaw county grand Jury tablishments employing not more in its investigation of alleged ir tJian five persons in towns of Jess regularities In supervisor district than 2500 population is not enough to offset the hardship entailed The president is asking those who can do so to continue under the former rule By all the Blue Eagle with the exemption chevron may be displayed This should re lieve the farmer of retail markups due to increased expense Much Misinformation Our experience also shows wide misinformation about the extent of wholesale and retail price Increases Now that moit of the great codes are In it will be much easier than ever before not only to Investigate but actually to prevent undue wholesale price increases The pres ident has directed that this be done at once But most of the complaints re ceived now are of retail profiteer Ing What Is needed here Is local tri bunals to which any person who feels injured in thia way can com plain anda fair hearing held The president also baa directed that these local complaint boards be set up A complete plan for this has been worked out and will be put Into ef fect at once Bu those means we be lieve we can protect the public In cluding the farmer against price In creases which do not come as a di rect result of the cost of reemploy ment Civil War Veteran at New Hampton Is Buriec NEW HAMPTON Oct neral services were held Sunday at the Congregational church for Ja cob Jeneweic last Civil war veter an in New Hampton who dlec Thursday morning following a long Illness from a stomach ailment The Rev W D Spiker officiated Palbearera were the following Le gionnairea Lynn Rust of Nashua Joe Menges ofAlta Vista Harold Dunn of Lawler Peter Willadson 5d Mauer and Don Loane of New Hampton Bancroft to Speak RUDD Oct Dow Ban roft a layman of the Methodist hurch will speak at the M E hurch next Sunday The pelvic girdle is that part of he vertebrate skeleton which serves or the connection of the hind limbs with the back Rural Letter Carrier at Dows Will Retire DOWS II Butler rural letter carrier on Route i here Is to retire on his annuity Dec 1 having served as carrier for 30 years L F Reed of Alexander on route 1 there will take Mr Butlers place Mr Reed was postmaster at Alexander beginning in 1917 annd Mr Butler was serving route 1 when Mr came here in 1905 Mr Reed took route 1 Now that the two routes out of Alexander are being consolidated Mr Reed will come here Mr But ler will give all his time to the law business in which profession he has been practicing for some time Arm Is Amputated OSAGE Oct Simon son was dismissed from Savre hos Ital yesterday following an ampu ation of a hand crushed in a corn heller a few days ago 10 YEAR SERVICE PINS AWARDED Manager Hanson of Maso City Division Gives Employes Honors Ten years service pins wer awarded to five employes of th Standard Oil company Monday b H E Hanson manager of the Ma son City division Seventyfive Mason City employe were present when the pins wer awarded to M A Neighbor Masor City sales manager George Nelson Mason City equipment superintend ent D V Traver Mason City ac counting department H C Har greaves tank wagon agent at A pna and Archie Hay warehouse foreman at Fort Dodge There are now 23 employes of thi Standard Oil company living in Ma son City who have been with tht company 10 years or more The pin awarded for 10 years of service is an emblem bearing the company monogram the Inscription Recog iltlon of and stars indica Jug length of time employed The Standard Oil company has awardec 10 year service pins to over 6 IOC employes At the same meeting C M Stev ens who Is retiring Nov 1 on an annunity from the Standard Oil company received a beautiful Ma onic ring as a farewell gift from all the employes Mr and Mrs Stevens and their daughter Betty Ann will leave for California this week After awardingthe service pins Monday morning Mr Hanson was ost to those receiving the pins Vlr and Mrs C M Stevens and Setty Ann Mrs H C Hargreaves f Algona R T Kinneman as istant manager William Kern of ce manager J J Jost M w 3urns W T Gamble and R at oodman at a luncheon at the Hotel lanford wo Suffer Injuries in Accident at Geneva GENEVA Oct Fran s McConn and Harold Meyer of ckiey turned off for an east bound ar south of town their car was tched Sunday by the fresh grav Meyer suffered a bruised knee uid McConn received a scalp ound requiring about 15 stitches csicie minor bruises The car was OCTOBER 31 193 SPIKE TELLS THE SENATOR Edward L Spike ODonnolI Chicago public enemy was refused permission to testify before n senate subcommittee hearinrr in e committee chairman Senator Rojil S Copclaml to give him sonic advice on how to direct the younger element out of the pathways of crime Associated Press suspended with the back wheels igher than the fence The young men were brought into town by Charles Roegcer to receive first aid Dsage Pedestrian Hurt When Struck by Auto OSAGE Oct Coon adt son Mr and Mrs Lloyd suffered a compound frac ure of the left arm Sunday evening vhen he was struck by a car com ng from behind as ho was walking t the side of the road He was atching a car aproaching with nly one headlight and did not hear le one behind him The driver of le car which struck him did not ee him The driver Francis Drew f Elma took Clarence to a physj an Another good test of blood prea ure is to read an American char cters talk in an English Incoln Star Funeral Is Held for Eagle Grove Boy 8 EAGLE GROVE Oct al services for Edward Lahr S blind son of Mr and Mrs Ed Lahr of this city who died of heart dis ease at the asylum for the blind at Vinton were held at the Kubftschek Kastler funeral parlors Saturday The Rev A S Kilbourn of the Con gregational church officiated A five year old brother while playing with other children last May crawled In to a box on the porch of a vacant house to hide from them and the hasp on the cover fastened it when closed and the boy was suffocated when found Will Give Pluy Nov 10 RINGSTED Oct of the Ringsted high school will pre sent their class play Go Slow Mary Friday Nov 10 at the Ring sted opera house PLAN EDUCATION WEEK PROGRAMS Seven Iowa Organizations to Join in Observance Nov 612 DES MOINES Oct 31 UP Seven Iowa organizations today were perfecting plans for the an nual observance of Education Week Nov 612 Groups sponsoring the week be sides the Iowa department of pub lic instruction Include the Iowa American Legion the Federation of Labor for Iowa the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation the State Par ent Teachers association the State Federation of Womens clubs and tha Iowa State Teachers associa tion Asks Posts Cooperation Frank Miles editor of the Iowa Legionaire announced all Iowa post commanders in the American Legion had been asked to contact local school authorities to work out programs for the week The schools in America face a critical situation because of so called economy measures Miles commented For this reason the American Legion is directing its full strength to prevent further legislation which might have the ef fect of disaster to the citizenship of the future Outline Is Drafted A tentative outline for the weeku activities drafted by a state com mittee included the following topics fov 6 the Increased Responsibil ities of Schools Nov 7 Financial Support of Schools Nov 8 What May Do to Protect Schools fov 9 Home and School Coopera ion Nov 10 Schools and Recon struction Nov 11 the Schools and royalty to the Nation Nov 12 Safeguarding Character Essentials Members of the committee Includ ed Charles F Pye secretary Iowa State Teachers association Miss Agnes Samuelson state superin endent of public instruction Mrs S E Lincoln Iowa Parent Teach rs association Mrs F W Weitz owa Federation of Womens clubs M D Carlisle Veterans of For ign Wars Frank McCarthy Iowa of Labor Ryle McKee bwa Farm Bureau federation F A Velch assistant editor Midland Schools and Frank Miles Iowa American Legion Air lines in the United States em loy approximately 6000 persons n increase of 500 over a year ago Here and There Dr Day SuMors H E Day 67 who recently returned from lowa City hospital where he submitted to two operations suffered a relapse and Is In a critical condition Leave for Twin Valley Haw Sander Hoseth of Twin Valley Minn have left for their home fol lowing a visit with Assistant Caah ier H Aamoth They were enroute home from the Century of Progreas Chicago Goes to Minneapolis Kate McLeod closed her home and haa gone to spend the winter with her niece and nephew Mr and Mrs W W Glaus in Minneapolis Returns From Minneapolis Hjelmcland returned Sunday from Minneapolis where he attended the IowaMinne sota game on Saturday Visitors From Indiana LYLE and Mrs Roy Volstad and children and his father Sam Volstad from Indianapolis Ind were here visiting at the Tom Thompson home Speaker From Minneapolis GLENVILLE Davis from the Ashbury hospital Minne apolis spoke at the Methodist church Sunday evening Visits In Wisconsin Mae Mann has gone to Amery Wiff to visit her aunt and uncle Dr and Mrs Harkenaen Leave for Wisconsin and Mrs MiloMannel left Sunday for their home in Wisconsin after spending a few days In the Elmer Pforr home Viiit In Glenvilie E P Inger ham BOB Earl and granddaughter Donna Jean and Mrs Feaser visit ed relatives In Glenvilie Minn Sunday Onsets From City ST and Mrs Jay Brooks and family of Iowa City apent the weekend here with Mrs the cigarette thats MILDER the cigarette that TASTES BETTER Hvm TOJACCO Oa A
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